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Italy union head accuses Renzi of seeking confrontation
Italy union head accuses Renzi of seeking confrontation

ROME (Reuters) - The leader of Italy's largest union accused Prime Minister Matteo Renzi on Thursday of deliberately stoking conflict with the labor movement and ignoring the growing cost of the economic crisis for Italian workers. Speaking a day after four workers protesting against job cuts at a steel plant in southern Italy were hurt in clashes with police, Susanna Camusso, secretary general of the CGIL, said the government had chosen a "logic of confrontation" to drive its political agenda. But she said Renzi was disregarding the depth of the problems facing Italian workers and families after the worst economic downturn since World War Two. "I understand that the...

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